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Welcome to Tandem. We were formerly known as DevMynd. Read more about our new identity.

Erin Hochstatter

Software Consultant

Erin works with clients to create well-researched new applications and refurbish and maintain existing apps. She started at Tandem as an apprentice, after completing an iOS bootcamp at Mobile Makers Academy in 2013. In the intervening years, through pairing with other Tandem devs and spending quality time on the internet, she has branched out from Objective-C, learning Swift, Ruby on Rails, plain ol’ javascript, React (regular and native), and a little bit of Elixir. Before turning to programming, Erin received a Masters of Design in Designed Objects from the Art Institute of Chicago, and is thrilled when she occasionally gets to put that art school degree to use by supporting the design team on research projects. The author (Why the Lucky Stiff) of one of the very first programming books she read (Why's (Poignant) Guide to Ruby), once said “when you don't create things, you become defined by your tastes rather than ability. your tastes only narrow & exclude people. so create.” And that pretty much sums up her feelings about what we do here at Tandem… and the almost shameful number of arts and crafts activities she engages in when she isn’t building software.
Erin works with clients to create well-researched new applications and refurbish and maintain existing apps. She started at Tandem as an apprentice, after completing an iOS bootcamp at Mobile Makers Academy in 2013. In the intervening years, through pairing with other Tandem devs and spending quality time on the internet, she has branched out from Objective-C, learning Swift, Ruby on Rails, plain ol’ javascript, React (regular and native), and a little bit of Elixir. Before turning to programming, Erin received a Masters of Design in Designed Objects from the Art Institute of Chicago, and is thrilled when she occasionally gets to put that art school degree to use by supporting the design team on research projects. The author (Why the Lucky Stiff) of one of the very first programming books she read (Why's (Poignant) Guide to Ruby), once said “when you don't create things, you become defined by your tastes rather than ability. your tastes only narrow & exclude people. so create.” And that pretty much sums up her feelings about what we do here at Tandem… and the almost shameful number of arts and crafts activities she engages in when she isn’t building software.